COVID-19


Please click on the red button below to complete the survey if you are a newly diagnosed COVID-19 patient.

**Effective 1/3/2022 FCPH will no longer be issuing quarantine letters for close contacts. Each person identified as a positive case of COVID-19 will be responsible for handing out quarantine letters which are downloadable from our website to anyone they deem a close contact. Click here for the quarantine letter for close contacts.


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Frequently asked questions about vaccination
Where can I find testing?
When does my quarantine or isolation period end?
Resources for Patients and Providers
Case & Vaccination Reporting

Frequently asked questions about vaccination

Who is eligible to get the vaccine?
Pfizer/Comirnaty
1st and 2nd dose | 5 years and older
Booster | 12 years and older (everyone) OR 5 years and older (immunocompromised only).
Eligibility begins 5 months after completion of first vaccination series

Johnson & Johnson
1st dose | 18 and older
Booster | 18 years and older
Eligibility begins 2 months after first vaccine

Moderna
1st and 2nd dose | 18 years and older
Booster | 18 years and older
Eligibility begins 5 months after completion of first vaccination series

Where can I get a vaccine in Fayette County?
FCPH – Visit faycohd.org/events for clinic schedule.
Other Vaccination Providers – visit gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov.

How much will the vaccine cost?
The vaccine will be offered at no cost at all locations. Vaccine providers can bill a patient’s insurance for a fee to administer the vaccine, but will not be able to charge the patient.

How can I replace a lost vaccination card?
Please contact the agency, pharmacy, or medical provider that provided your vaccination to get a replacement card.  If you received your vaccine through Fayette County Public Health, you may get a replacement card by calling 740-335-5910.

How can I get transportation to an appointment?
The Fayette County Transportation Program will transport anyone in Fayette County who needs to get their vaccine appointment. Call 740-335-9628 to schedule as soon you have an appointment time scheduled for the vaccine.

What to know if you schedule a vaccination appointment at Fayette County Public Health:
Please bring – Your identification.
Please do NOT bring – Extra people. Only the individual who is receiving the vaccine should come to the appointment. An exception will be made for individuals who need assistance. Please wear – A short-sleeved shirt or some type of clothing that will allow easy access for the vaccine to be given.
Before your vaccine – All patients will be required to participate in a brief health screening upon arrival. This form will be available at your appointment, but if you would like to print & complete it ahead of time, click here. The screening questions are time-sensitive – please do not complete and sign the form until the day of your appointment.
After your vaccine: All patients will be required to stay 15-30 minutes after receiving the vaccine in order to monitor you for any adverse reactions.


TESTING

COVID-19 test providers

** Please call ahead or visit websites for details, instructions & to schedule an appointment.**

Healthcare providers

  • ABC Pediatrics (patients only) – 740-335-0886
  • Adena at Fayette Same Day Care – Walk in or call 740-333-3333 or visit www.Adena.org/urgentcare to schedule
  • HealthSource of Ohio (patients only) – 740-335-8608
  • Thompson Family Healthcare – 740-313-7369
  • Greater Tomorrow Urgent Care, Wilmington (rapid testing) – (937) 383-1040

Pharmacies

Other Testing Centers
Testing and Community Health Centers – Ohio Department of Health link

If you are a provider who is not on this list, please send your info to: pio@fayette-co-oh.com to be added.


ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE

View the current CDC isolation and quarantine guidelines here.

K-12 Schools
Mask to Stay, Test to Play (quarantine and testing guidance for school exposures)
State of Ohio School COVID-19 School Reporting Dashboard
Mask Research


RESOURCES FOR PATIENTS AND PROVIDERS

Ohio Department of Health (ODH)

Where can I get the shot in Ohio?
COVID-19 Vaccination Program
Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 Vaccine
Myths Vs. Facts COVID-19 Vaccine

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 Vaccine
Benefits of Getting Vaccinated
Considerations for People with Underlying Medical Conditions
Different COVID-19 Vaccines
Understanding mRNA Vaccines
What to Expect At Your Vaccination Appointment

Information for Vaccination Providers

Vaccination Program Provider FAQ
COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Information

Other Resources:

VSafe After Vaccination Health Checker
Cominarty Approval Letter
Moderna EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients
Moderna Overview for Vaccine Recipients
Pfizer-BioNTech EUA Fact Sheet for Vaccine Recipients
Jannsen Fact Sheet for Vaccine Recipients